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Page Foiir HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only * £ H ^ ant Ac]s Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale GOOD BOIS'D AHC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. McWilliams at McWilliams Seed _jStpre, Hope, Arkansas. 9-1 mo 1939 CHEVROLET ~M~TRVCK new motor. good condition Di.xons Service Station, Hazel and Division Streets. 13-Gt TURKEYS, FA^CV~COnN~FEn finished on Purina Fatenn. Quality unsurpassed. Phono 18 or _ 808-W. Dr. Alexander. I0-Ct 150 GALLON BUTANFTTANKf~IN good condition. See Harvey Alien at Tpl-E-Tox Station or 102 South Help Wanted Adg Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One — — Words Day Days Days Montli Up to 15 45 .90 1.50 4.50 16 to 20 60 1.20 2.90 C.OO 21 to 25 75 1.50 2.50 7.50 28 to 30 BO 1.80 3.00 9.00 81to35 1.05 2.10 3.50 1050 8? Jo 40 1,20 2.40 4.00 12,00 Jl to 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 to 50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15 00 •SHARECROPPPER. PREFER tractor. man who can drive Good land, good crops and good houses. See J. B. Johnson, Route 2. Kmmett, Arkansas. 20-2w Salesman Wanted YOU AND YOUR CAlTcA^MAKE money. Permanent local work' Write box 9B, c o Hope Star. 23-31. Services Offered WANT A COOKING JOB? EXPER lenced. Call 742-R from 2pm to < p.m. 22-31 Washington street. 37-61 SEE FINIS JOHNSON >OR choice pigs. Washington, Arkansas, Phone 2. ig.fit ONE HEAVY DUTY~CATERP1I~ Jar pull grader and tcrracer for $:',25.00. C. B. Ward, Emmet, Arkansas. i 3 . flt SMALL GENTLE BAY PONY any child can ride it. Barfain lor $50. Johnny Cox. Phone 631-W 19-31 BATTERY FRYERS 2 POUNDS and over. Fancy homemade candies of all kinds. Packed in 1 and 2 pound boxes. Mrs. C. J. Downing, 208 Bonner Street, Phone ^588-W. 23-3t 20 GUAGE REMm^TOr7~AUTc7- matic shotgun, model 11. Practically new. Will sell cheap. If interested, call 1097-W or see H. D ^ Shirley at Shirley's Grocery. 23-G'i For Rent TWO. ROOM 'FURNISHED downstairs apartment. Telephone —i 2 lJ^l S ' {' W.JTurncr.' 17-31 THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Private entrance and private bath. Frigidaire. 321 N Hamilton. Phone (jiia-J. ia-3t THR E E L A RG E ~U"N FURNISH' E 5 rooms. Private entrance. $15 00 per month. C14 N. Andrews Phone 744. ig.^t Rec[ Estate for Sale : D U P L E X A P ATtTMENT^ 2P5 , itforth Ilervey. Each unit contains u rooms and bath, screened hi porch and garage. Reduction for cash sale. See John L. Wilson Jr Phone 430. j ' Big Nine's Best to Appear in Rose Bowl Game Chicago Nov. 23 - f /p)_ Two of the Big Nine's greatest footba) Players, Fullback Art MurakowTk and Center Alex Sarkisian, wil appear in the Rose Bowl with Northwestern as All-Conference su lections. The league's coaches, who an choose tho Associated Press Nine team, awarded the runner-iip Wildcats two places and paid tribute to undefeated " «an with four berths. Representing Michigan repeated for the conference tillt fil:, are Quarterback PcPle End Dick Rr Al Wistcrl and Guard i oinasi. Leo Nomtllini. the only from the 1047 honor lino- . iMid Bud Grant ?oni fl ,' om Minnesota. Bill Kay ^20-pound tackle from Iowa rounds out the line which averages 210 pounds per man .. w ']£ Klliott and Murakowski the No. 1 back-field are Michi which " ' Dom nl iJorrumc Guard holdover in Purdue's TI. i rues ll.ii ry .Szulborski, Big Nine ground NEW MODERN COTTAGE CLOSE in. Possession now. S.TOO.OO. SIX ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN Subject to offer. , gaining champion, and Indiana's George Taliaferro. Bob McKcnx.ie. Iowa kawa, Okla., was named (the second team. of Tonal end on NEW City FOUR Mile COTTAGE Limits. ADJOINING ROOM Out, COTTAGE ONE HAVE BUYER WITH 87,000. CASH to pay Realty ''or small farm Service, Cotton Tyler Row. 22-31 50 ACRES. l(f "INSIDECITY limits and 40 outside. See Gentry Printing Company, Phone 'Mi Litlle Rock, Nov. 23 Blytheville Chicks and The Smnckovor DUPLEX APARTMENT, UNFUR- nuished, 4 rooms, private entrance and bath. Close in. See A. H. Eversmeyer at end of South Main Street. 22-3t Wanted to Rent VETERANS DESIRING 4 7 ;. " GI loans should make application on these houses before December 1: SIX ROOMS, MODERN THROUGH out, garage attached, hardwood i 1 , 0 /"'-?- il001 ' furnace. S200 down. M.).4r) monthly, 1423 South Walker SIX ROOMS, F.XTRA L'\RGE corner lot. floor furnace and attic Ian, modern, S175 down, S42 42 monthly, 32.1 East 13th street." SIX ROOMS. THREE BEDROOMS floor furnace, attic fan, oak down. ... — • • • N_ i »,i n 11 i.t iJ i»l il UJvU VL L will meet in the War Memorial Stadium here Dec. 3 in the final game of the Class AA playoff Smackoyer's Bucks, champions jot District Seven, won their'way the .finals by downing Van Bui- «h a "i d th ,S ? nicks advanced into !he p ayoif by edging out Russellville last week. A .semi-final game between Warion of District Eight and Para- Kould of District Three will played in pine Bluff on the A traditional game between the Nashville Scrappers and the Hope Bobcats will bo pkivcd Thursdav at 2:30 p.m. at Nashville. This will be the first game i.ie iwo elevens have Tuesday, November 23, 1948 Players Drafted in Minor Leagues Columbus, O Three baseball sas' Class "C" have been selected clubs. They are: Tince Leonard. Helena, States, to Texarkana in State League. Anthony Laeroix, Fort Nov. 23 —(/P)— players in Arkan- and "D" Leagues by Class "B" Cotton the Big Smith, Western Association, to Allentown] r-\ ln i tho In tra.state league. Key day in n num- I'l'lirec-Eye League played on TV bci p of year.';. The contr.;i, will end the season for both terms and will he the fiiial game for J5 Hopf stars: Reese Miller. -,'immy Die!: Hainmons.' Bobby I.ile Bcarden, Charles Wilson, Tern my Britt. Don buffie James .MeCargo. James Russell' I. J. S'llton. W. II. Gunter, D^ile Hockef., Joe Mrjrlindale, Bobby Joe Lee. S. A. Weslbrook and Buddy Sutton. Hope, a Double A team has a record of !) victories against two defeats while Nashville, Single- A has won ?, game.s and lost 3, including a playoff contest. Pre-L'nme dope based on competition and records would tend to give Hope the edge if it were any other team than Nashville. But everyone in Hope knows I here is no such hing where Nashville is concerned The Scrappers always play Hope to win and (heir season is not successful unless they do. Then too the Scrappers haven't beat Hope since 1945. In i;)4G they dropped a 12-0 decision and last year they lost by a single tally to (i in a hard battle. Also they are playing on their home field Hope will be in best condition Charles Smith, to D. Piper, Danville, also III., of in Fort the " be same meet the winner Waldron game. lhal of match wi » the Benton- since the Camclen game, four weeks ago. Nashville is also in top shape. The game will probably be one oC the best in years and a huge crowd is expected Game time is 2:30. General admission is $1.00 —Reserve seats SI.25.. Tickets arc on sale at High School, Stewart's Jewelry Store Jacks Newsstand and Roy Andcr^ son's. _By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr._ New York, Nov. 23 - UP) - Columbia Lou Litlle, who does right a "barometer" of football well ules changes, now comes platoon -i/P)— Tho odds favor Southern Carolina in Dallas. Nov. 23 today appeared to Methodist and North the Cotton Bowl. There was nothing official and the name of tho visiting team being sought was kept a closely guarded secret, but unofficial sources said Southern Methodist's niii. c. ^T ' •,; team in the Dallas New Year's Day bowl game, voted North Carolina as .heir preference. Now it's the Cotton Bowl to get up to the Tar- onon |3».3f) cornei ' ' monthly, 321 East FOUR OR FIVE ROOM HOUSE. , Clifl. Stewart. O. 1C. Barber Shop 10-31 For Sale or Trade 1946 WILLYS JEEP. IN A-l CON- dition'. Phone BGO-R. See at fil!) West 3rd Street. IG-fit Notice WE BUY, SELf., AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1226-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reyncrson, Phone 28 Nights, 3G9-W City Hall. 4-lmo Lost BLACK AND WHITE POINTER aged 18 months. Answers to name "Mac". Liberal reward. Phone 216-W or notify E. A. McDowell" 17-31 NEW AND MODERN FIVE-ROOM house, 75 by 231 lot, garage, near High School, $170 down', 539 39 monthly. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, ON PAVE- men(. newly decorated. S1BO down. $33.94 monthly, 123 South waslnngton street. MODERN TWO - BEDROOM House, located on paved highway one mile from town, all utilities, IjO-Ioot Irontage by 300 feet deep garage, owner leaving Hope, $160 down, $32.73 monthly FHA LOANS ALSO ARE AVAIL- able on the above listings. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance 103 East Second «SP» H^, i op Teoi ball Loans Phone 221 23-31 Fights Lost Night By The Associated Press . Boston—Johnny Shkor, 21R timore, and Angel Buenos Aires, drew New York, Nov. 22—W)— Mich- rules the roost in college foot hv r° , thircl straight week nLf . c ,° m / ortabl< > margin in the next-to-last Associated Press noil of the 1948 season. P With 105 of 190 first place votes he Wolverines polled 1.720 points lor a lead of 103 over the idle runnerup, Notre Dame. Michigan its season Saturday 'bv Ohio State, 13-3, while Notre Dame still has two ames to play. Army again held third place although the Cadets were idle await',"1 Saturday's finale with Navy. more Sotillo, (10). Bal- 203, For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. >,i mile East of Hope On Highway 4 Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one info a comfortable innerspring, One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furntture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 San Francisco — Enrico Bertola, Italy, outpointed Tony Bos- 195, San Francisco (10) Pittsburgh—Lee Sala, 101 Donora. Pa., outpointed Reuben Jones, 103, Norfolk, Va. (10>. By United Press «; C 'n- Y S, rl ^~~ 'Astern Parkway) -Willie Bellram, ];«; !-;>, I'ork, stopped Joey 'c'arkido, >'J, Youngstown, Ohio, i7> New Haven, Conn. — Bernie Reynolds, 1111. Fail-field, Conn out- pointed Leo Maltriciani, 204, Balti- New York — (St. Nick's) (Bozoi Costantino, 14(! Key oittponted Dave Andrew Boston (fij. ' "' '.Vloke Mass — Georgie Dunn, Hartford, Conn., outpointed ' iRedtop) Davis, 132, Brook- - Al York Ml!, T r f lyn \urk, ,, , outpointed Jimmy Cooper 12-J 1-2. Washington lit/, J Providence H. 1.-Artie Leveine, If'o, Brooklyn. stopped Henry Lhemel. liiu. Portland, Me., (.|i ' Newark, N. J.-J 0[ . Curcio, if'! r."r; , Now ;' 1 ' ; . outpointed Johnny C-iosby, Mu, New York, (ill. i t Navy but North Carolina moved into bv"' h ?}?'o C ?' ^?P la «=ing California" T-I ?0 , doclslon over Duke. Ihe Oklahoma team's snTashing fiO-7 romp over Kansas boosted the Sooners from eighth to sixth Place. Southern Methodist also advanced two places. S. M. U was Oregon advanced from 13th to Illth, .becoming the only new member in the top ten. Penn State dropped from sixth to 18th . Team standings, first place votes in parentheses). 1. Michigan (105) 1 720 1 Notre Dame (38) Army (51 3. Army (51 l7293""' ' '"' ' 4. North Carolina (14) 1 071 a. California (3) 007. ' (i. Oklahoma (13) 839 7 .Northwestern 730. B. Southern Methodist 540 I*. Clemson If!) 42!) H). Oregon 3Hi. By the Associated Press Southwest Conference football teams will be in their best physical as " they condition of the season i,,P ? / ,? 0 8 crs ' chairman of the board of the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association, said announcement of the visiting t ea m would be made this afternoon. The squad, which clinched the .lost spot in the Cotton Bowl for i 1 '; second straight year by beat- mg Baylor 13-G last Saturday, voted in secret yesterday afternoon, coach Matty Bell would not cvcal the choice and neither would bowl officials Reports indicate that the Orange jijowl is giving the Cotton Bowl strong competition for North Carolina, an unbeaten, once-tied team th.it whipped Texas-of the South- I .vest Conference 34-7. The Cotton Bowl offers $105,000 to each —more money than the Bowl affords. The fans already were talking a meeting- of two of the na greatest backs—Doak Walk- Methodist's All-Amcr- Jus- team Orange about tion s 1 but was badly out Bears didn't practice at complelc their schedules this week. Not a coach was moaning about injuries today. The Arkansas Razorbacks were cheered yesterday by the return ot tailback Clyde Scott to the practice field. Scott, the conference's .op ball carrier, missed last week's romp over Tulsa because of a leg injury but will play against William and Mary at Little Rock Saturday. Coach John Barnhill plans to devote most of this week's practice ensures designed to stop Jack Cloud and other Indian offensive threats. Arkansas beat William and Mary 21-19 in the Dixie Bowl ast Jan. ' ' ' gained. Baylor' ill yesterday because of scholastic examinations, but were to start sharpening up today for Saturday's • oop engagement with Rice at .iouston. .Rice took things easy while Coach Jess Necly planned intensive drills for the remainder of :he week. The Rice-Baylor game will decide third place, for which the two low are tied with three wins and wo defeats each. Southern Methodist's Mustangs iceding a win over Texas Chfis- ian Saturday to finish a second straight perfect conference campaign, skipped hard work yester- lay. Over at Fort, Worth, the'Ciiris- lans began setting up a defense U'ainst SMU plays. Texas and Texas A. and M., both rile last week, continued prepara- lons lor thir traditional Thanks- living Dny battle at Austin reported North Carolina, th chose Georgia, then Tulanc and Clemson. that next to SMU players Oklahoma, , out in unqualified support of the unlimited substitution rule and the "two system. . .Says Loir "I f, wo want tl)0 best football, we should have the best eleven men on the field at all times. There is no doubt in my mind that means there should be unlimited substitution." The Braves' Sibby Sisti, whose' fifnire is preserved by almost as many stitches (86) as an official baseball (10; ) has a new name for SI Fli?. abeth's Hospital in Boston. Ve claims it should be called "Sisti's I summer Homo" — Because he spends more time there than he docs in his own residence. Wise Guy Oklahoma's footballers, playinp before one of the biggesl crowd they ever saw in the Missouri game, were more than a trifle lit- tery when Missouri jumped off.' to a 7-0 lead. . .As the team went into the huddle. Quarterback Jack Mitchell looked around casually and observed: "Boys, there's 40'000 people up there in that stadium and 22 players down here on the field. And I'm Ihe only son-of-a-gun here who knows whal'lhe next play is going lo bo." . . . .Then he called the signal and the Sooners went on to tally 41 points. Basketball Scores In 46 games this season. Nation al Foo_tbajl League teams have av- America 44.12 av- eraged 45.91 points. All conference clubs have a „ „.. erage for 47 contests with a high of 103 points. " ' ~ Owen had a "chaw" tongue gested: restore in his check .Maybe Steve instead of his when he sug- "Perhnps the solution is to the center jump." Tonight the Bodcnw school senior and junior boys entertain Stamps in a doubleheader and starling Thursday will be host to 11 learns in a sectional tournament which will end Saturday night with the title game. Participating in the tournament will be teams from Delight. Buek- ner, Jv'IcNcil. Washington, 'Lanrbur" Central, Cale, Willisville. Foulke" Harmony Grove. New Hope and Arkadelphia. Trophys will bp awarded to winners in the junior and senior boys and senior' girls division. Lunches will be served by the Bodcaw P.T.A. Last weekend Bodca'.v took two of 3 games from ville. The Junior girls won 2."i-13, the senior girls lost bv an C-rt margin and the Bodcaw senior bovs won IS to 10. teams By CARL BELL Litlle Rock, Nov. 23 —'/PI — Arkansas' Legislature, which two years ago okayed construction of a huge outdoor athletic arena is ?omg to be asked next January to provide an indoor one. The outdoor arena is the Wai- Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. Ihe 1949 general assembly will be asked to authorize the building a new fieldhousc at the Univer- of New York, Nov. 23 — (UP) California and Northwestern promised victory, and disappointed Oregon promised venupan™ tnrtn,, „„ the promised battle for waged hot. The Rose vengeance today as the bowl bounty ..-_ Bowl set off its fireworks yesterday with the selection ?/<= M ' ma and Northwestern for ' pigskin 1. The pag- a foregone con- s a oregone conclusion. But the Pacific Coast Co - lere lerence to choose between co- champions for its representative Ihe choice was California, which on ih, n on the Berkley, Cal., celebration campus. But our West Point. N. Y., Nov -'3 —(<p,_ fooilr'l' 101 ! o»ly liiis a tux-platoon tball (earn but it has a two- platoon coaching staff as Head Coach Karl Blaik FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS as never FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights arid Sundays 119 Ecisewood Hope FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile e Rubber TIU ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT •» Level yarda «P Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lota « Alto custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOk CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St. well. - of the now preparing < u - tin- nn- clash with Navy at Philadol- Sauirday, has carried the team idea so far that nail ot the scpiad has its own tuv lield, some 5(1 var ds apart And to keep the offensive and (leien.sive lineups as distinct 1'ossible the two sc.uads scrimmage each other The two practice fields are connected by a path, made ; is he supervises both I M'SMons and by the new players v. do are m both units Kidney Gillman, line coach, is in '•narge ol (he offensive team. Paul Amen heads the defensive •I H' two-pintoon system, ., ul ,, JL . vd by Army this year is peculiarly adapter! to Army because football here is limited lo exactly and 15 .minutes each day. Ihis system," says' ' V AV can spend the entire period leaching a player ', well. In our ounai'led .'•:e.-sions We would have to New York-, Nov. 23 Louis' road series a hit as the ones Crosby and Bob is about staged b i champion is mueh dough. So say Bookei And the coining upo for Joe as big Bing Ckmi Coach Jim Aiden wailed that Ins team had been "slighted" bv he choice of California "And I come h-om West Virginia," he said nuuously. "Down there we never orget a lavor or a slight " Star Oregon Quarterback Norman \-aii Brocklm, described Aiken as "the grealest ever coached." tried to sity of Arkansas. Athletic Director John Barnhill says the ficldhouso is n "must" part of the university buildin" program which will be presented to the legislature. Just how the legislature will treat the proposal is problematical. • In a recent poll by the Associated Press, the lawmakers were asked: Do you favor a new field- house for Ihe Universily of Arkansas? Of Ihe 29 replying, nine said 'yes" or "perhaps," seven said "no" and 12 expressed no opinion. One legislator asked: "What is a iieldhousc?" The type of fieldhousc Barnhill wants not only would house a would have a football and basketball court but removable floor so .... „,.„ baseball leams can practice'on'the ground and still have a roof arotect Ihem from bad weather. ig pos- meels. por- player make by I heavyweight a.'niost as , i, , - Harry Mendel and each | Manager Marshall Miles, who have prac- the Brown Bomber hitting the co-id lo Detroit, Cleveland, and points, Kid St. City, llc-i i' ,-•, ' speecli to the Eugene Oregon club hut broke down and cried. End Uan Gar/a said he felt "as if the U'onci had temporarily collapsed " and a state official at Salem suggested that all flags in Ore«on be lowered to half-mast. But, mourning or no, California got the bid on the basis of the undefeated record — Oregon has lost to Michigan — and the Golden oils"' 3 Wm ' reacty '° 1 ' cel thcil ' Brickfield Coach Wes Fry, who boss, Lynn Waldorf,' many ol the Northwestern coached players before ma last seaso . , close battle- and switching said, would include a track, ma... sible indoor track and field ...^^ ROTC units could drill in the field- housc when weather would not mit them to do so outdoors Barnhill said a fieldhousc larger than the one the university now has is necessary if Arkansas is to riamtam a major sports program. He pointed out that only half of .he student body can see Razorback basketball games now because of a scarcity of seatin" space and that no non-students arc- admitted. He added that the fieldhouse also would be helpful for soring sports-baseball, track and spring football practice, which now are handicpped by lingering winter weather. Il also would be used for dramatic and musical programs and student assemblies. "A large fieldhouse could be constructed without the taxpayers bearing tho entire expense." Barnhill commented. "The athletic department can pay at least 40 per cent of the cost from gate over a period of years." In his answer to the fieldhous" (lueslion. Sen. F. C. Crow of Hope said he would not favor the arena s Dallas, Nov. 23 — (/P) — The Arkansas Razorbacks aren't close to the top in this year's Southwest Conference title fracas, but Tour ol their backs are making spirited bids for individual honors. I Clyde (Smackover) Scott, Porker sparkplug, still is the loop's leading ball carrier by a narrow mar- Lindy Berry, Texas Christian quarterback, moved within four yards ot the Ra/.orback star who didn't piny last week because of an in.ii.ired leg. i Scott has rolled up 070 yards on |!):> runs. Berry has 607 in 109 trios Each player ha.s one game (o go! Hie Arkansas great is second in total oifense. having gainc-d 808 yards on 115 running and passing plays. Berry is the leader in department with 1.35f! on '>97 pl-ivs In punting, Gordon Lon« and Harold Cox of Arkansas are jus step or two behind the leader Doak Walker of Southern Method ist is in front with an average o 41.4 yards on 27 kicks. Long is'sec. ong with 3H.G on 20 and ' Cox is third with 37.2 on 32 boots Morris Bailey of TCU has caught more passes than any other play or in the conference, but Ross Pntchard of Arkansas ha.s marie a good mark in this department Bailey's record is 29 catches foi 344 yards. Pritchard, who movec irom fourth place into second last week has snagged 15 for 2KB. The Razorbacks have gone into the lead in team rushing with 1 913 yards. Texas is second with L Leading passer in the loop is Gi Johnson of SMU, who has pitched 97 and connected yards. Prescott Cage Team Downs A sfrong and we)] balanced Prescott Legion basketball team took the long end of a 50-2fi score from l.he Hope Legion boys last night at Prescott. The Nevada county boys headed by two Ward brothers, two Willis brothers. O. S. Burno, and Jackie Morrison, formerly of Ouachita, proved to be too much for (he Hope boys in their opener. The Hope quintet, headed by "Red" Vannoy with 7 nninls nnrl Oilson Ross with (i points looko.fl good for (Heir first outing and gav? hopes for a much better team with a few more games behind them. The entire Hope team had plenty of hustle but the Prescott cager's with height ranging from G feet to G feet and 4 inches were capitalizing on Inking the ball oft the backbonrd and with fast breaks and near perfect timing the Nevada County boys soon' took the lead. Leading in the scoring department for Prescott were E. Ward and O. S. Burne with 11 pointf; ,>ach and Jackie Morrison with 9 Joints. Both teams showed good sportsmanship and gave (he tans plenty of thrills with' their hiutles. Plans are underway for the Hope oys to play at Spring Hill Friday light bul all arrangements are not complete, as yet. Definite plans will be announced later this week. on Gl for 837 Contrary to popular notions water in a fish bowl or tank dom should be changed or plenisheci. the sel- re- receipts to Califor- j Construction at taxpayers' ex" 'gested that the proj- financed by increas- will be n i l:u ' nse - 1Ie i cct could lje w a i V ! H V, - UUlc bit Bettor." Coach Wakloi-l himself .said there'll be in so [year as there was the bowl in the first ,. . " * " " •-' " ' «•"*.: J i ' 01 I WU jcars ot the Pacific Coast-Hip Nine ' Ti shop wlu ' n Illinois beat! 0111 ' teachers UCLA, 4.>-M, and Michigan crushed ""' L; wasc." Com lineup. ISept • ,.i,.,... i i.'. Blaik." • practice one thin; practice skip ovei when we North. South. East and West Tonight tho champ lakes on' Kiviera in a four-rounder al Louis. Tomorrow it's Kansas Mo., against Curt Kennedy, ai on until Dec. 10 when the bi» • current tour is slated to end. ' night the bomber takes on Coniiskey in Paierson, M. J.. ), "'••-• -cl his -campaign by enga' 1 skey in Washingto'n. L).' .•rywhere the champ shows, |tion. Coach Bob Voig'fs nlav packing them in. Louis will olti coaches' game of -'h ' earned more than $100,1100 1 thi- time he winds up in Paterso 1 he champ works on a and so tar everyone Mendel said. "If the champ wants <-«,se oaiuc ana no more than six I CCI - " JUUl |JO Unanced by increas- noinls should separate the teams at ln « llu ' admission charge for ath- the Jinish. I believe that Northwest- lelle contests. ern is just as good as Michigan ' Son - Howard Holthoff Gould but we're just as good too. and salcl hp would not favor the proj- w^.A ; !! Uk ;, bit bcttc ''-" Coach "t ''at P'-™ under present Unusual Candies — at — This is Cooi elation '* Week in Arkansas Little Rock Nov. 22 —i/P)— This s Coal Appreciation Week in Arcansas. A proclamation by Governor Uincy set aside Nov. 22-27 inclusive in honor of the industry. The governor's proclamation jointed out: "The coal fields of Western Aransas provide one of the state's largest payrolls and source of enj* ployment and contribute a substantial amount of this basic fuel to the nation's large industries and cities in fact almost two million tons annually x x x. A portion of our Western Arkansas coal will undoubtedly play a major role in the state's industrial expansion program x x x." A signaling buoy, floating in offshore positions, will pick up and transmit to shore stations iindcfc water noises caused by approaching vessels, including' submerged submarines. It has peacetime uses, such as reporting weather conditions. The device can pick up airplane noises as well as underwater sound waves. NEWS STAND and His Former Grand Ole Opry Gang. Featuring the Tamous Rosella Dean the sweatheart of Song, The Gospel Singers, FEIrner Sparks Comedian, and other favorites. Direct from Nashville, Tenn. IN PERSON AT HOPE C5TY HALL < ,, Nov. 29th 8 P. M. Adm. 50c and 75c (Tax Included) Don't Miss These Radio and Recording Stars. this l wo ect "at present under labor and material cost; Said Hep. Laud Payne, Piggott- [ .\vi a -'| n °i •j ustif y supporting iM.mtii While I know it is badly needed are all getting a Jiv- --- 49-0. Northwestern cancelled lor the remainder of this ihe climax- of its student Sen. J. I classes Sn , 1 i th - said week as " lhls ls '• erly and I feel celebra- d the tilings (Pat) Garner, Fort flatly "yes." addini;, revenue producing prop- it would pay its ire toui-h, but University President I'ranklm Snyder termed Wildcats the school's own cost and maintenance within a reasonable tijnc." Bill il, ' ' REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) li Ko Answer Dial 3-5770 Navy's , Annapolis, i.N:ivy v,-ail,' Woeful Md.. l eleven Wails Nov. L'3 woeful tile fat.-! ne,".i tile first of the year, j 1 -' •" ij" ^n M another $101) (joi) by' ,,..sl Ijoxi,,.; exhibitions until Ihe middle reau-,01 1-elM-uary " Mendel declared! And il he wants to keep o n g u i n ,, In can mal:e it 300 grand by April "•'IT'—I "The country i ; ; c'l'a/y lo ,-ee <'lli'lH i-i;him." Alendel added. "We've not u! day oliotiers H-,. :I - all over il-,e U. S..''as as irom foi\-ign eountrii'.s " Sr., Marianna. commented.- "Yes, if (he univcrsi- ;. 11 ; needs it and I think it does .,, - , .- ........ -» -^' 1011 tne people stop fijjhlin;' the pears Uay. Voigts said piaictice i onl >' university we have, we would continue j'Aonld start sometime around Dec i eet " promised bcst in victory (j IO I his- Nou-l - HACKBERRY SYCAMORE - HOLLY Call 1000 or Contact Office - LYNN BAY U. Hose Lowl rules permit only 161 Mure support for the proposed (.lays ol practice. ' | fieldhouse came from Reps W-il-1 Meanwhile, there was a bevy of, u ''' J - Vcjung, 101 Dorado, Flovd N activity on other bowl fronts." Al ! l''ddleman. Menu, and R. C Tex.. Soutliern Methodist p'''i" s ' Stuttgart. Wills elaborated: "I favor making our university second to none I in the nation. If a new fieldhouse | is ^necessary to do this, I'm all fur | Philadelphia .vas injured in t!a me. ,'I^ins wa.sn't th^ liie injury list. Keii tackle, and Robbie An- both were doubtful oer- illmbK! :.' But Ha -'nan on Knoi/en. dresen formers. .Sauer planned lo use Walt Mar audrl for Hawkins' fulback job. K-'.v of ihe eilies that him to appear include Newark, N. J.. Toledo. ,lull-heater, iUinn '.•ankee, Baltimoi ;"|i:n : Miami. Los l'':-,-/!jei:.c i o, .\'oi/'oil-: V Sail Lake City, Heno. 1 can !;o on l.'l; ke rescent utches lamp. Ihe Cl incandescent A i In which is .0:1 the market. Its efficiency is said to exceed that of the standard white fluorescent lam]) by seven per cent. condueled a secret ballot . they want to play in the | Lotion Bowl. Results of 111 I were not annoiincc-d. hut | had it Norlh t'arolina i main jjrosi)oet. j Baylor, another Southwest jU'rence jnember, revealed n is, jlioknng uli sevorull other bowl bids ;cl:Ucd Akron. ! Hi hope of being a.skecl to ]>layi Lir. lUake 1- orest in the Dixie Bow! at ' •\n;'.e!es, i Binningbnm, Ala. " ' i Undefeated Sid Ross of Alpine. I tex.. accepted an invitation 10 i play in tne Tangerine Bow! at Orlando. Ma., and Bloomsburg, Pa.. I 1 earlier pondered serying as the! opponent. The Kilgore, Tex., Rang-! 1'i-E agreed to play in the Texas ' Rose bowl at Tyler, Tex., Dec. ; Sen. Berl S. Smilli of Jon Con- jQnallifii.-d his approval with it is|\ lisiuu lllat "the L-oA can b< by the university." Cub Scout 33 Meet Has Been Postponed C.ub Scout Pack No. 33, originally scheduled to nu.vi tonight will not meet, Franklin Horton an ^ w^f-^: ^»^f^iy'^^ s ^ .ibie opponontr g " '^ P ° S -|l^, and p!ace vvi11 bc announced 11 PLAN TO BUILD YOURS 5N BEVERLY HiLLS We have a good selection of choice lots available now — Don't wait Buy Today — All utilities will be furnished and the cost included in the price of the lot — Phone 221

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